Kent Reliance for Intermediaries launches brand new residential range

Kent Reliance for Intermediaries, part of the specialist lender OSB Group, is redefining its residential mortgage proposition to further support brokers by giving wider access to lending solutions suitable for a variety of clients.

The new residential mortgage range includes loan-to-values (LTVs) up to 90% with no maximum loan amount across selected products and has been developed to assist brokers seeking diverse lending solutions with a particular focus on young professionals, entrepreneurs, self-employed and contractors as well as those with multi-source income streams.

Key features of the new range include;

  • Up to 90% LTV with no maximum loan amounts on selected products
  • Fixed and percentage fee options
  • Available for purchase and re-mortgage, including day one re-mortgages
  • A new 2-year tracker range of products

The product launch follows on from the recent announcement of a newly created High Net Worth Team, dedicated to strengthening broker support by ensuring lending relationships are maximised through ongoing support through the life of the mortgage.

Adrian Moloney, group intermediary director, OSB Group, said: “This new residential range from Kent Reliance for Intermediaries shows our on-going commitment to brokers and will be a timely boost for those clients with varied income sources who may have not been able to find a solution on the high street.

“With our BDM team offering best-in-class levels of service and support, we’re confident that our common-sense and flexible approach could be a welcome addition for brokers.”

Vikki Jefferies, proposition director, PRIMIS Mortgage Network, added: “This new residential offering is a very welcome move as we’re always on the lookout for appealing lending solutions to meet the challenges of the changing income profiles we’re now seeing.

“Utilising the expertise of the BDM team alongside these products means we can better support our customer’s individual lending aspirations leading to more positive outcomes.”

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